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Hierarchical control of cognitive processes was studied by examining the relationship between sequenceand task-level processing in the performance of explicit, memorized task sequences. In 4 experiments, switch costs in task-switching performance were perturbed by sequence initiation times that varied with sequence complexity, preparation time, and type of sequence transition (repetition or switch). Hierarchical control was inferred from these sequence initiation time effects and the recurrentdoi:10.1037/0096-34188.8.131.523 pmid:17087577 fatcat:fykum5o4ubcbdawpytjvia76di